Last week, I went on a cruise to the western Caribbean with 18 family members. We are no ordinary family. There were no 80 year-old grandparents or 6 year-old nephews to account for. Just family members mostly in our 20′s and 30′s who love to all hang out together.
We left from Miami and stopped at Cozumel, Grand Cayman, and Jamaica.
Fun times were had.
Waiting at the Boynton Beach train station to take me to Miami. I snuck in a quick visit with the grandparents before the cruise.
Boynton Beach train station.
Sun setting over Downtown Miami as the cruise ship pulls away.
It took an entire day to sail past Cuba.
Our lovely Carnival Liberty docked at Cozumel.
My sister and I responsibly being the first people in our group to arrive.
Still waiting for our day to start in Cozumel.
Gorgeous beach cove at a bar that was part of our bar hop in Cozumel.
No blog post would be complete without a cat picture.
We are all heavily lubricated at this point.
Dad and I at our last stop of the bar hop!
Enjoying a full day of beachy goodness at Grand Cayman.
This guy’s enjoying it too.
The noticeably nicest bit of typography I saw on this trip was on the side of the boat, simply meant to be a functional message.
I encountered Papyrus at every single stop, in addition to Hobo, Bauhaus, and a bit of Comic Sans and even the Curlz typeface (I’m looking at you, Fort Lauderdale Airport).
All in all, quite a successful and relaxing trip!